Bad Writing. Bad Acting.
The idea was good but with the terrible writing and cardboard acting, the show is not worth watching.
Wow, so bad. I don't think the creators seen the first movie, they must have just read a write up of it, because they missed everything that made the first movie a cult hit, and just left the trash.And how does a movie 33 years later have worse special effects. Don't waste your time.
Wow, how can you make Trump not funny. And the over the top DNC love fest is annoying. Bad Writing.
Not Another Zombie Movie....About the Living Dead is a very low budget zombie comedy that is terrible not because of the low budget special effects or even the terrible acting, but rather from the unforgivable sound editing by Donte Williams. The movie has enough humor to be a good bad film, but the sound levels jump up and down so much it is unwatchable. Dialog is inaudible as music and sound effects drown it out, and actors sound like they are screaming and whispering in the same sentence from the angle they are facing toward or away from the mic. I could have loved this movie if the sound was even at home movie quality. Just a shame.
I grew to love this show more and more. We need some laughs in our horror or it just gets boring.
Slow at times but an overall good story.
Great film. I was originally worried as DC tends to beat their films to death, but not this time. Only complaints are the over explaining of plot points.
I am very sad that it is all over, but what an ending. Adventure Time has always had so many layers and so much depth, but this that last show even at 44 minutes was jammed full of so much I will need to watch it many times to fully digest all that it is. The show has cast so many emotions upon me I have butterflies in my stomach and tears in my eyes. I both love and hate some of the developments of long term story arcs, yet they all are very true to the writing history of the show.
Formulaic and predictable. Fun but not great.
The ending did not fit the picture.
Pretentious!!! Watching a child screaming "LOOK AT ME!", over and over is less pretentious than this film. There is no character development, at all, for any characters. There is so little story that massive amounts of the film time are wasted trying to impress us with the way over used special effects. Seriously, did we need a 10 minute transformation scene. Only one of the plot points is resolved and at the point in which it finally gets around to it, I just could not care anymore.
Save yourself some agony, just watch the trailer and make up any story in your own head about what the movie is about and skip watching this garbage.
Terrible writing and editing. Story idea had possibilities but never got a chance.
I laughed so hard I cried.
Summed up into one word, Wow!
Good concept that needs better writing. Too predictable.
One of the saddest stories I have ever seen. Brilliant, but very much a watch once only movie.
Brilliant, but so damn sad. Careful to be in the mood for a sad film or it will ruin your day. Very powerful.
Very Funny with great action and music. Loved it.
The characters are very flat.
The First episode was a disappointment for me, only 20 minutes of story spread out over the hour, because of this, nothing rally happens in it. I will give the series a second chance, but as it is, I do not recommend it.
-note: The show does have a good look, and interesting characters, so I do have hope for it.
Amazing Sets and fight scenes with a strong story and a fun romantic back and forth between Cara Delevingne (Sergeant Laureline) and Dane DeHaan (Major Valerian). I have to watch it again, as I got lost in the story often.
A great Spider-man movie. Michael Keaton really steals the show as the Vulture. Tom Holland totally nailed both Spider-man and Peter Parker. My only fault with the film was Marisa Tomei looks way too young to be Aunt May.
A good movie, not quite as good as the first 2 but better than Minions spinoff. Tray Parker stole the show with his Balthazar Bratt villain. I loved the sub plot of Agnes' search for a Unicorn. The Minions we great in the prison scenes, but were poorly used in the rest of the film.
I wanted to love this movie, but with little to no character development and a bad choice in Tom Cruise as Nick Morton the movie did not WOW me. More time should have been spent developing characters we could care about. Russell Crowe did not make much difference between his Jekyll/Hyde. Sofia Boutella nailed Ahmanet, but the story did not put her across as a super bad girl, having her using her army of zombie-mummies instead of her own powers. The eye f/x could have been so creepy but was not used for scares. Director Alex Kurtzman seems to think he was making an action zombie film instead of a monster mummy film. Overall the movie was OK at best and really needed some scares.
Very predictable with no character chemistry. All in all an average movie.
So funny My sides hurt. A Great movie that you don't have to have seen the first Guardians of the Galaxy to enjoy.
A good concept that just does not have a story to back it up. Also no team chemistry.
Good acting and story idea. But the creature effects are questionable and take away from any fear factor. Many plot holes and story problems also kept me shaking my head. Still, there are many many worse werewolf movies.
The film special effects of the scenes are breathtaking. And when a review starts with the special effects, the film has failed. The scenes special effects are so busy and take up so much screen time that they distract from the story. Director Rupert Sanders also must think that people who see his movies are dimwitted, because he beats up the audience with exposition explaining the film over and over to the point of abuse. We get that Major is a cyborg with only her brain being human, we get it. We got it in the first scene, but Rupert has to tell us over and over in the film. The film spends so much time on special effects shots and exposition that it totally lost the depth of the anime for which the film is based. I also found Scarlett Johansson's performance hurt by the low emotional state of the other characters in the film. When everyone else is acting robotic, it is impossible to establish that her character feels withdrawn from the world. Did I mention that Major is a cyborg with only a human brain? Overall the film has a few good scenes, a strong ending and the rest is boring and insulting. See it only for the beautiful Scenes,... and Major is a cyborg with a human brain.
Note: If you seen this film and have not seen the anime it is based upon, do not let this film turn you off of seeing it.
Incredibly slow paced and boring with no character development for the human characters or Godzilla. Some of the buildings in the movie are more active than Godzilla who stands in one spot for 30 minutes of the movie, and the rest of the time he is almost as inactive. The directors focus is upon the actions of government rather than focusing on any human characters or the monster. Imagine watching cspan for 5 hours straight to get a feel for the excitement level of this film. There is also a mix of shaky cam shots added to the film with no real artistic reason that are only more distracting from the attempted story. Godzilla also starts out with a ridiculous kindergarten hand puppet look that suggests the graphic effects artists were mad at the film director. Not the worst Godzilla movie ever made, but very close.